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First State Bank & Trust provides free celebratory yard signs to Archbishop Bergan & Fremont High School graduates

FREMONT -  This week, many local high school seniors received the news that their graduation ceremony will be cancelled or postponed indefinitely. Two local businesses are teaming up to give the Class of 2020 a little recognition, despite the current difficulties. Yard signs are being made available to graduating seniors in the Fremont community to celebrate their upcoming graduation.  First St...

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University of Nebraska develops a COVID-19 screening mobile app for Apple iPhone

OMAHA - The University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) has launched a mobile app to screen large groups of individuals who are concerned t...

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Fremont Utilities Customers Encouraged to Use Mail, Online Payment Options

FREMONT - While the City of Fremont Municipal Building remains open at this time, there are other ways to pay your utility bills that may ma...

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City of Fremont Care & Share Program Offers Help Paying for Utilities

FREMONT - The City of Fremont will not disconnect utility service for nonpayment during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Nebraska Public Servic...

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Fremont High School Asks Students to Pick Up Belongings Today

FREMONT - Fremont High School students and their families are being asked to collect their belongings from the high school before it is clos...

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Fremont Schools, City, Health Department Announce Major Changes and Cancellations After Community Directed Health Measure

FREMONT -  The City of Fremont's Board of Health today released a Community Directed Health Measure closing numerous personal-contact type...

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Community Directed Health Measure for City of Fremont in Effect Sunday

FREMONT - A Community Directed Health Measure is now in effect for the City of Fremont. The Community Directed Health Measure directs all b...

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Three Rivers Public Health Department identifies two cases of COVID-19 

FREMONT - Three Rivers Public Health Department (3RPHD) has identified two additional cases of COVID-19 in Dodge County on Thursday. The ...

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Fremont City Council Approves Emerson Estates Camping Sites

FREMONT- The Fremont City Council voted 7-1 Tuesday evening to approve 6 seasonal camper pads on three lots at Emerson Estates. The subdi...

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Dodge County Treasurers Office Extends Closure Until Further Notice

FREMONT - In light of the governor, CDC and federal government's extension of current social distancing guidelines through the end of April,...

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